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Welcome to my website. You can use this site to find out how to contact me, or to find out about me and Bristol East. 

It also includes regular updates on issues and campaigns in which I am involved and, in the news section, what I have been doing in Bristol and in Westminster. You can also use this site to access my blog.
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Latest news

19 October 2016
An update from Highways England about plans to install noise-reduction measures on the M32 around Eastville and Stapleton.
St George in Bloom has triumphed again at the RHS Britain in Bloom awards!
Details of Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support's (SARSAS) recent campaign, One in Five.
A response from Bristol City Council to Kerry about its automated telephone system.
Kerry's statement following the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour Leader.

Latest tweets

@uxbridgewalrus @ChrisGPackham it was Hugo Swire... As his former deputy chief whip, can you have a word with him?
Whales are \"swimming rainforests\"... https://t.co/p6vgzzzRrM
@annaturley have you seen this Anna? https://t.co/W9Mo3XSFRc
@LNJStokes you don't even try to keep up the pretence anymore, do you? Looking forward to the 31st?

The week ahead

Parliament returns this week after the Conference season recess. Kerry has the first question of the new session, asking in Education Questions about students’ concerns that their voices will not be heard in the new Office for Students being set up under the Government’s Higher Education Bill. This follows a meeting Kerry had with student reps from both UWE and the University of Bristol over the summer. This week’s oral questions also includes Health, and Defra, as well as the usual Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday.

Kerry will be spending a fair bit of time this week on issues relating to Brexit. On Tuesday, as a member of the Environmental Audit Committee, she will taking part in its latest evidence session on the Natural Environment and Brexit. On Wednesday, she will be taking part in a roundtable organised by the Food and Drink Manufacturing APPG on “Exiting the EU”; a meeting with the Norwegian Ambassador to look at Norway’s relationship with the EU; and a Labour Opposition Day debate on Brexit. She will also be attending a breakfast meeting on extending the remit of the Groceries Code Adjudicator, to support farmers and better trading relationships in the food/ farming supply chain.

Also on the environment front, Kerry will be speaking at the 70th Anniversary of the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, as well as attending the AGM of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (“APPG”) “Protect our Waves” which campaigns on marine issues, and, particularly, plastic pollution. Other APPG meetings Kerry will be attending this week include the Performers Alliance APPG (Kerry is currently Vice-Chair), and the Central America APPG, and on Tuesday Kerry will be taking part in a ‘speed mentoring’ event at the London Eye to mark International Day of the Girl.

Kerry will be back in Bristol from Thursday afternoon, for the usual constituency appointments and visits – details still to be confirmed.

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